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Firms ask the state for investment capital

The Economy Ministry has received 28 requests for investment stimuli with a total cost of Sk33 billion (€788 million), according to the daily SME. The capital would be aimed at creating 10,000 new jobs.

In addition firms have asked for tax relief to the tune of Sk11 billion (€263 million) and Sk2 billion (€48 million) for opening new posts and retraining workers.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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